( click to enlarge ) Nice day for Zynga Inc(ZNGA). I alerted this one on Twitter morning as a possible bounce play and the stock did what it was supposed to do, closing up 51 cents or 5.9% on the day trading more than 18 Million of shares. The stock hit a high of $9.19, which is resistance for Thursday’s move. ZNGA showed strength throughout the day and should continue this upside move. If the stock can break through this level, I expect to see another strong upside move to $9.49 and better. A stop-loss should be placed at $8.5 ( click to enlarge ) Zagg Inc (ZAGG) is displaying upside momentum and is poised to move higher from these levels. Nearest resistance for the stock is at 11.52. If this level is crossed and the stock is able to sustain above this level, then it might go to 14. The stock is a short squeeze candidate, with a short float at 45% (equivalent to 8 days of average volume). This stock can pop big time on any positive news. ( click to enlarge ) Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ONXX) hit a new 52-week high today, trading as high as $47.58, before settling at a close of $47,33. I'll be watching the stock on Thursday, looking for a follow through move. As long as the stock stay above $46, the bullish scenario still intact. Technical chart shows very strong bullish sign. First, the stock is trading above both 50-day and 200-day moving average with both moving average pointing upwards. Then the MACD indicator is positive and RSI still show the stock is on the positive swing. ( click to enlarge ) Harley-Davidson, Inc. (HOG) broke out and never stopped all day. There is a good chance the stock will continue to move up. Tight stops should be used.
updated Apr 25, 2012
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